BOULDER, Colo. — A man faces numerous charges after he stole a UPS truck and assaulted the driver, according to the Boulder Police Department (BPD).
Around 11 a.m. Wednesday morning, police were notified about the incident. A short time later, officers spotted the stolen truck headed southbound on 28th Street, according to BPD.
They attempted a traffic stop and arrested the suspect on Pearl Street just west of 28th Street.
William Shamblin, 34, faces the following charges:
- Third-degree assault
- Felony theft
- Aggravated motor vehicle theft
The truck was returned to driver, who declined medical treatment, according to a spokesperson for BPD.
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